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Asda Madras Chicken Chunks

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Brand: Asda / Type: Meat

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      18.05.2010 11:35
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      Yummy In My (Curry) Tummy!

      I brought a pack of these Madras Chicken Chunks from Asda, they are £2.50 for a 200g pack and even though that might sound expensive the chicken is YUMMY and well worth the money I think.

      You get 8 - 10 good sized chunks of chicken, each one is about the size of a chicken nugget from McDonalds but these actually taste of REAL chicken and not the weird stuff McDonalds use! lol

      The chicken chunks have got a very thin coating on them and it's that what tastes of madras, they are quite dry to eat but the coating is a little bit greasy so that stops them being so dry that you're going to choke on them! lol When I say greasy I don't mean they feel majorly oily or anything like that but they have deffo got a bit of a greasy feel to them.

      The chicken is ready to eat straight out of the pack so you can have them either as a snack or even put them into your curry for an extra strong flavour. The taste of them is quite spicy but it's spicy like when you eat an onion bahjii or something like that, don't stress because they're deffo nowhere near like eating a vindaloo or anything like that! lol

      You can heat them up either by nuking the chicken for a couple of minutes or putting them in the oven for about 15 mins. I prefer them cold if I'm not adding them to a curry and have had the chicken with a salad before and also chopped them up smaller and put them in a pitta bread with some mint sauce.

      The chicken is lovely and tender whether you have it hot or cold, it tastes and feels like REAL chicken and not like it has been messed about with too much before Asda put it in the packaging.

      Recommended..... delish spicy chicken that you can eat on it's own or add to a curry instead of using a plain raw chicken breast. Yummy!!!

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